Brothers Kevin and Richard Harold established H2X in 2003, and incorporated the business in 2007. Kevin and Richard gained valuable experience in the industry as long-time, valued employees of the leading hydro excavation company in Western Canada. Together with Kevin’s wife, Genevieve, and a family of dedicated staff, along with a fleet of 18 hydro vac units—today they deliver consistently professional, friendly and reliable hydro vac services to island communities.
Kevin started H2X in 2003 with the BC Hydro pole and anchor hole digging contract for Victoria, Duncan, and the South Gulf Islands, and has held this contract continuously since.
In 2007, Genevieve founded a traffic control company, Flaggirls Traffic Control Inc. to service southern Vancouver Island. In 2011, she sold Flaggirls, leaving 100 employees servicing Victoria to Campbell River to focus on managing all aspects of the office administration of H2X.
Richard joined H2X in 2011 and manages the daily operations of the vacuum truck services, while Kevin focuses on consulting with BC Hydro and managing projects.
We are willing to do whatever necessary to get the job done, including coming back to a location at no charge if a job is not satisfactory.
We feel communication is paramount with our customers. We fully encourage on-going feedback, suggestions, or ideas that could better our services to you.
H2X is available 24/7 for any emergency.
CALL DISPATCH 250-818-1916 at any hour, or to book services—we’re here to help!
At H2X, we guarantee that our team will do everything possible to ensure a vacuum truck with a skilled operator and labourer will arrive at the job site on-time, with appropriate PPE, and ready to take part in a daily Safety Tailgate meeting.
H2X gives back to the community in ways they care about, including support for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk to Cure Diabetes. H2X proudly displays JDRF on the fleet of hydro-vac trucks.